Playing games and being active has an incredible capacity to increase engagement. The question always is how much deep learning is actual taking place from such activities? This is where framing and debriefing play an essential role. Effective activity framing helps guide the students towards the learning objectives and purposeful debriefing can help students extract and reflect on the learning that took place. In this second follow-up workshop we will examine ways to use framing and debriefing to help students expand their understanding and connection with the various social emotional learning constructs we have discussed in previous workshops.
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
Sheldon Franken has a B.Ed in Physical Education and a M.A. in counselling psychology. He is a school counsellor for the Vancouver School Board and the workshop facilitator and owner of Inquiry Adventures. Sheldon has presented workshops and Keynotes on various social-emotional learning and experiential education topics to educational and wellness organizations across North America. Sheldon is known for his hands-on and active style of presenting and for proving participants with practical strategies and tools they can use in their practices immediately.
January 19, 2022
Educational Assistants K - 12, Teachers K - 12, Administrators, Counsellors
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